Robert Pattinson’s ‘Rover’ Co-Star Calls Him A ‘Great’ Actor

Wed, April 10, 2013 9:53pm EDT by 9 Comments
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So nice! In a new interview, Rob’s co-star Guy Pearce raves about how talented Rob is! Do you agree with Guy?

Although we still have to wait to see Robert Pattinson‘s latest film The Rover, his co-star Guy Pearce assures it will be worth the wait! In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Guy had nothing but great things to say about Rob’s performance!

“The best thing about Rob is that he is a really great actor,” Guy explains.”Watching the rushes back, you go: ‘OK, he is just going to be fantastic’.”

“He plays [the character] slightly backward, emotionally useless and really vulnerable,” says Guy. “He’s got this beautiful face so you are completely entranced by that face no matter how ugly he makes himself or how wounded he is, or how manky his haircut.”

Did Guy really admit he thinks Rob’s face is beautiful? We couldn’t agree more!

Guy Pearce: Robert Pattinson Is ‘Bright’ & ‘Sensitive’

Guy’s compliments don’t stop there! During an exclusive interview with Guy in January, he told HollywoodLife.com, “[Rob] just seems like a bright and sensitive kid. So I just think he’s really right for the role.”

We also told Guy that Rob must think it’s really great to work with such an experienced actor. “Um I don’t know, hopefully he thinks so!” Guy said. “I think it’s about collaborating and all getting on the same page. It doesn’t matter how experienced or inexperienced someone is, you hopefully just all understand each other and realize you are all on the same film together.”

HollywoodLifers, are YOU excited to see The Rover? Vote below!

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